F.N.B. Enters Joint Venture to Develop Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Skyscraper
The company has committed to investing more than $220 million in the site which would bridge the historic Hill District neighborhoods with the central business district. The developer has committed to achieving more than 45 percent Minority/Woman-Owned Business Enterprise participation in the total development effort. FNB will consolidate headquarters staff into the new tower.
“The FNB Financial Center project launches one of the largest urban development initiatives in the nation and is a catalyst to drive continued growth, innovation and efficiency for our organization and success for our region,” said Vincent. J. Delie, Jr., Chairman, President and CEO of F.N.B. Corporation and First National Bank of Pennsylvania. “Our project required thoughtful collaboration with state and local government as well as our business partners and members of the community, and we are excited that this development will provide significant value and opportunities for all of our stakeholders.”
FNB Financial Center will be the first office tower built in the city of Pittsburgh since 2015. Built on a portion of the 28-acre Lower Hill Redevelopment site in the city of Pittsburgh on the site of the former Civic Arena, the building will include 471,890 square feet of Class A office space, 20,000 square feet of retail space on the first floor, and two floors of parking.
“FNB’s decision to maintain its headquarters in Pittsburgh is a testament to the city’s status as a headquarters-friendly location, and this development will provide a critical anchor to a major redevelopment site in the City of Pittsburgh, strengthening local talent attraction and retention efforts,” said Governor Tom Wolf. “This development will provide more than just a safe, state-of-the-art working space for thousands of employees in Western Pennsylvania, it will benefit the surrounding community and actively engage minority and women-owned businesses in the area.”
This project, coordinated by the Governor’s Action Team, would be the first development on the site, creating the potential to catalyze other much-needed developments. The mixed-use facility is expected to open in 2023. The design of the building will focus on both sustainability and health. State of the art technology will be employed to reduce the spread of viruses and airborne pathogens. Enhanced filtration systems, ultraviolet lights and Bipolar Ionization will all be implemented, and the filtration system is comparable to the types used in medical office spaces.
In the funding proposal from the Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED), FNB was encouraged to apply for $10 million in Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program (RCAP) funding.
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